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Sean Smoot On Police Professionalism

We talk to Sean Smoot, Director and Chief Counsel for the Police Benevolent & Protective Association of Illinois, about the new reforms for...
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Atty Aaron Maduff on Pension Ruling

In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling the pension reform bill was unconstitutional, we speak with Atty Aaron Maduff, one of the lawyers...

List of New Illinois Laws Taking Effect on January 1, 2018

Here's a list from the Senate Republicans of the New Laws going into effect on January 1, 2018. Click on the boldface above to get the...
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Effort to Ensure Separated Parents Get Equal Parenting Time

Springfield: Rep LaShawn Ford (D) offers his bill, HB-4113, that would have family courts grant equal parenting time following a separation or divorce. In support...
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Justice Anne Burke, and Reforms at Cook Co Juvenile Justice

From the City Club of Chicago:  Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke, moderates a panel discussion on the Cook County Juvenile Justice System, and...
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Allowing the Use of “Silencers” or Suppressors on Guns in Illinois

We speak with Knox Williams, of the Assn promoting the use of gun suppressors, and why he says Illinois is needlessly holding up the...
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Illinois Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Constitutionality of the FOID Card

April 2, 2020 -- In the aftermath of this morning's ruling by the Illinois Supreme Court ruling on whether the FOID Card...
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Gov Rauner’s Tort Reform Proposal

We attend a committee hearing on Gov. Rauner's tort reform bill. Though the bill was voted down, tort reform will continue to be an...
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Judge Richard Posner on the Role and Performance of the Judiciary

From Chicago: Our Contributing Correspondent, Jeff Berkowitz, talks one-on-one with Federal Judge Richard Posner, who sits on the US 7th Court of Appeals, and...
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Saving Babies from Abandonment

From Chicago: We talk one on one with Dawn Geras, who runs the organization, "Save Abandoned Babies." We hear about her effort to...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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